Motorcyclist arrested after chase from Redwood City to San Jose
Patrick Monaghan caught the big cat on his home security around midnight last Thursday.
A mountain lion was spotted in a Pacifica backyard last week.
The county project known as Bayfront Station leases a block of rooms at an undisclosed hotel in the county for homeless people who do not have COVID-19 symptoms, but are categorized as high risk under federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines.
About 12:30 a.m., San Bruno officers pulled over the driver of a Hyundai coupe near the intersection of El Camino Real and San Felipe Avenue on suspicion of DUI.
Video: San Bruno police.
The site was originally scheduled to be open Friday and Saturday only.
A San Mateo police officer is sharing his story in hopes of others going through difficult times.
The protest came on the same day the American Health Care Association and National Center of Assisted Living said it would cost $36 million to test all nursing home residents and workers in California.
Henry Lee reports.
The separation project will raise the tracks and lower 25th Avenue so vehicle and pedestrian traffic can pass underneath the tracks.
Passengers can use the Belmont station while the Hillsdale station remains closed.
On Friday at 10:51 p.m., deputies with the Millbrae Police Bureau of the San Mateo County Sheriff's Office responded to an apartment building at 1007 Hemlock Ave. on a report of two subjects trespassing and possibly breaking things.
The passenger loading and unloading zone on the east side of the station will be permanently moved to a location on the first floor of the parking garage, while shuttle bus stops are moving to Rollins Road.
The companies did not disclose financial terms. Citing unnamed people familiar with the matter, Axios said the deal is valued around $400 million.
A coronavirus testing site will open for two days next week in East Palo Alto, city officials said Thursday.
No further information about specifically what police are investigating was immediately available.
The victim was standing beside his car at about 10 p.m. in the area of Crystal Springs Road and Skyline Boulevard when two men approached and threatened him while displaying a firearm.
Deputies from the San Carlos bureau of the sheriff's office responded around 3:48 a.m. and found broken glass in front of the store. The deputies established that no one had entered the store because the security bars behind the glass remained intact.
There have been six deadly officer-involved shootings in the Bay Area since Easter.